Cutoff

  • (noun): A designated limit beyond which something cannot function or must be terminated.
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Some articles on cutoff:

Mountain Subdivision - History
... In 1904 the B O built the Patterson Creek Cutoff to alleviate congestion in its Cumberland rail yard ... The cutoff line ran from McKenzie, Maryland to Patterson Creek, West Virginia, providing a bypass of the yard for coal trains moving between Keyser and Brunswick, Maryland ... subdivision passed from the B O to the Chessie System, which closed the Patterson Creek Cutoff ...
Spatial Cutoff Frequency
... In optics, spatial cutoff frequency is a precise way to quantify the smallest object resolvable by an optical system ... The spatial cutoff frequency for a perfectly corrected optical system is given by where is the wavelength expressed in millimeters and f/# is the lens' focal ratio ... example, a telescope having an f/6 objective and imaging at 0.55 micrometers has a spatial cutoff frequency of 303 cycles/millimeter ...
Hastings Cutoff
... The Hastings Cutoff was an alternate route for emigrants to travel to California, as proposed by Lansford Hastings ... A sentence in the book briefly describes the cutoff The cutoff left the Oregon Trail at Fort Bridger in Wyoming, passed through the Wasatch Range, across ... The west end of the cutoff is marked as Nevada Historical Marker 4 ...
Blanking And Piercing - Types - Cutoff
... The cutoff process is used to separate a stamping or other product from a strip or stock ... The cutoff operation often produces the periphery counter to the workpiece ...
Cut-off (electronics) - Cutoff Values - Diodes
... Silicon diode cutoff occurs when Vf falls below apx 0.6 V ... apx 0.3 V, varying with temperature Schottky diode Diac Zener diode reverse cutoff defined by diode voltage rating ... Forward cutoff apx 0.6 V ...

More definitions of "cutoff":

  • (noun): A device that terminates the flow in a pipe.